Always more fascinated by the EOS Water Ionizer



A huge thank you to EOS and to Kim, Eul-Hwan, the “President” of EOS and his team.

The EOS Lydia water ionizers, then under the German brand name Bionlite Platinion Classic with 5 electrodes and the Bionlite Platinion X-Cell Ultra, where for me personally, always too weak for our Munich tap water. The only weak spot in older models was, in my opinion, the adjustment of the performance of the ionizer to the current water flow rate. Because of this you could never unleash its full potential.

The engineers in Korea have, in principle, something sensible in their head, which is to have the device adjust automatically to the current water flow rate. For:

The lower the water flow rate, the more time the electrodes have to ionize the components of hydrogen and oxygen. Therefore, the end products alkaline and acidic water heavily dependent on the water flow.

Of course the mineral composition of the water source plays an important role in the maximum amount of hydrogen, the ORP and pH values. Following are the main characteristics, in my opinion:

  • 9 large and also slit electrodes with a very efficient SMPS switch transformer (500 W)
  • No adjusting to the water flow rate, like this maximum potential of the 9 electrodes is reached
  • Double filter system with activated carbon technology
  • A very low failure probability, proven model, very stable, so seven years full warranty on the EOS devices

In our opinion we have, finally, for the first time in history a mature water ionizer. Especially because the EOS water ionizers really are manufactured in high quality and are particularly fail safe. Something we do not know from other water ionizer brands.

About Yasin Akgün

Yasin Akgün, of Turkish origin, was born in Munich on 22 May 1977. After completing his high school diploma he completed his studies of mechanical engineering at the TU Munich. Since 2006, he is the proud owner of the Munich watering place, which was in the inner courtyard of Fraunhoferstr. 13 from 1987 until 2018.
Since 2018 Aquacentrum has moved to Garching, a suburb of Munich.>More about Yasin Akgün in his biography
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